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left Cologne with 150 miles to cover to Brussels. I took the back roads....
As I had plenty of time I hit www.atlasobscura.com, its a website that shows you "Interesting" things to see. On the route for me was a Carrot museum & a Coal Mine. The carrot museum is "in" an old electricity distribution tower, it's about 4 foot square. It's so small ...
... with his best known works of religious origin: the Elevation of the Cross and the Descent from the Cross. He lived a pretty good and long life. The house was about 12 blocks from the train station, pretty easy without suitcases. 12 Euros entrance fee, plus 4 Euros for the audio tour...well worth it. Beautiful house, grounds and especially the garden.
Then it was off for another 10 blocks (spitting rain on us most of the ...
... their lives in the Allied Operations to liberate France and the Low Countries that took place between September 1944 and Spring, 1945. 8,301 headstones, 8,122 Latin crosses and 179 Stars of David, among them 40 sets of brothers and 6 Medal of Honor recipients, arranged in parallel arcs stretch across 65.5 acres of bright green lawn into the visible distance. In addition, the names of 1,722 missing in action are engraved on the 101 foot stone tower ...
... Luckily there was a guy from Chicago sitting at the bar who helped open our bottles and then we were good! We went to this club called Le You which was lame at first because we got there too early but eventually got better and we had a good time.
Sunday we checked out and walked around a bit more until we were off to the airport. When we landed it was quite a hassle because we had no idea the best way to get back to Hayley's flat but eventually figured it out ...
... got to see the rooms where the decisions are made. He spoke to us more about the four main branches: The Council, the Commission, the Parliament, and the European Court of Justice and how they work through a checks and balance system.
Here we learned about why EU chose to unite in order to avoid another catastrophe like WWII where they fought against each other. In 2012, the EU won the Nobel Peace ...